WAHACA AT HOME: Unbelievably Dark and Delicious Wahaca Chocolate Brownie For Easter


If you are looking to indulge this Easter Holidays this Unbelievably Dark and Delicious Wahaca Chocolate Brownie will definitely hit the spot. Easy enough that the kids can help you make it but far too good to share with them. Recipe created by Thomasina Miers.


For the brownies

380g dark 70% cocoa solids chocolate, chopped

380g unsalted butter

380g castor sugar

Several large pinches of sea salt

Two small pinches of cinnamon

200g plain flour

6 medium eggs


For the Easter topping

4 Mars Bars (157g)

100ml milk

3 tbsp golden syrup

90g dark chocolate

60ml double cream

3 Flakes, chopped into 2 cm lengths

2 packets Rolo’s

1 large packet peanut M&M’s (optional)

Edible glitter, as many colours as possible


Pre-heat oven to 190C


Grease and line the base of a rectangular brownie tin


Melt the butter in a medium pan over a low heat; once melted stir in the chocolate, being careful not to burn it.  When the mixture becomes a smooth velvet add the sugar, salt and cinnamon. Stir until the sugar has melted and then slowly sift in the flour, stirring to combine.  Beat the eggs, then beat into the chocolate mixture bit by bit until fully incorporated. Pour into the prepared tins and bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes until the outside is dark and delicious looking and a skewer comes out just clean.  Leave to cool in the cake tins for 15 minutes before turning out and cooling on wire racks.


Meanwhile chop up the Mars bars and melt with the milk, syrup, dark chocolate and 50ml of the double cream.  Whip the rest of the cream until it just holds its shape. Sandwich the cakes together with the double cream and pour over the Mars Bar sauce.  Scatter the various chocolates and the glitter over the surface of the cake in a higgledy-piggledy fashion, getting as many over-excited little helpers as you dare. 


(recipe copyright from Home Cook, Faber & Faber)

Find more ideas for fun things to do with the family and delicious Mexican recipes to cook at home at wahaca.co.uk/wahacaathome 




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